The recipe makes about 30 small squares of delicious imitation fudge, and is very quick and easy to make.
This avocado soup is lightly cooked and very nutritious. It may cause nostalgia for the 70s and is a vibrant bright institutional green. The recipe is designed to be served hot, but can be chilled too.
These energy balls are delicious. The fig and date base is best made in a clean meat mincer for the right texture, and the cocoa liquor buttons (Or cacao nibs) and hazelnut butter round out the flavour perfectly. They are rather sweet and carb-heavy, but sooo good.
This soap is made with 52% Virgin Olive Oil, but cannot truly be called a Castile as it also contains Coconut Oil which is a staple of soapmaking. Coconut Oil makes a soap that is hard, cleansing and bubbly whereas the generous measure of Olive Oil lends the necessary creamy and conditioning properties that, in balance, produce a cleansing soap that is mild on the skin. Continue reading “Olive Soap”
Carbonation in beverages happens by two major means. Champagne, Cava and other beverages using the name Champagne, such as Soviet Champagne and California Champagne undergo two fermentations. In the first fermentation in a vat the yeast present in the grape juice creates alcohol but the resulting CO2 byproduct is allowed to disperse into the air. Then the beverage is bottled and tightly corked and a second fermentation (Bottle fermentation) creates more CO2 that is now trapped in the bottle. With correct control this will be enough to pressurise the bottle, carbonate the beverage and not be quite strong enough to shatter the bottle if it’s correctly handled. Continue reading “Home Carbonation Rig”
These are delicious, can be made gluten free, and are a good option for low-junk and restricted carb diets.
This ginger tea is a delicious and healthy cleansing drink that doesn’t taste healthy. You can make it directly in a flask as long as it has a strainer for later. Continue reading “Ginger and Lemon Tea”
This oat bread is very much like soda bread and is wheat free, but tastes delicious and will raise no eyebrows on your table if visitors arrive. Enjoy it just as you would a soda bread. This recipe makes one small loaf tin, not bigger than 22 x 12 cm (5 x 9 inch). Continue reading “Oat Bread”